Two-minute mysteries (December 7, 2003, 0) -
an archive of the sort of thing you’re looking for,
“The 2-minute mystery writing club” I didn’t browse through the ones
listed; they’re written by school children, but that doesn’t really
mean anything about the quality…
Same organization as the above, but these seem to be from anybody who
wants to submit.
Don’t know what the group behind this page
emacs-wiki sites (January 2, 2004, 0) - In fit of insanity, searched for sites that used emacs-wiki. Quite a list.
- http://larve.net/people/hugo/2003/scratchpad/EmacsWiki.html (has RSS)
- http://www.oranda.demon.co.uk/planner/EmacsWiki.html (uses planner)
- http://members.iinet.net.au/~mtriggs/emacs-wiki.html (has a gallery)
- http://gohome.org/teranisi/EmacsWiki.html (has recent changes)
- http://www.gohome.org/teranisi/news/ (hey, nice linking)
- http://www.naney.org/personal/diary/2002/04/c.html#200204224 (like planner, but several days on a page)
- http://senzai07.poly.kit.jp/~iwata/EmacsWiki.html (uses the emacs-wiki-rss module, I think)
- http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-SanJose/7474/EmacsWiki.html (nice index)
lazyweb – many eyes make features shallow (March 21, 2003, 0) - “If you wait long enough, someone will write/build/design what you were thinking about.” http://iawiki.net/LazyWeb
How did I get there?
Google:RSS+blog+etiquette (such a strange query!) led me to http://www.openp2p.com/pub/a/p2p/2003/01/07/lazyweb.html, which links to http://www.blackbeltjones.com/work/mt/archives/000190.html, which wasn’t very useful. Google:lazyweb got me http://www.lazyweb.org, though, which seemed to be the definitive resource, except it’s somewhat broken and it looks like a
Microsoft wearable? (March 5, 2004, 0) - - http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/040304/microsoft_visual_diary_1.html
E-Mail from Tony Havelka
Awwwwww… (December 3, 2004, 0) - http://villageidiotsavant.blogspot.com/2004/11/art-class.html
Wasn’t that such a wonderful thing to do? <impish grin>
Go and do a good deed today.